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Edward Henry Trebon
Born : 24 Nov 1879
Fairbank, IA
Died : 18 Jan 1957
Waterloo, IA
Age:77y 1m 24d
Father :
Ancestors of Rufus Trebon Descendants of Rufus Trebon Rufus Trebon (1848-1924)
Mother :
Descendants of Augusta Ortman Augusta Ortman (1850-1931)
Married :
Louise Hartman (1888-1908)
on 10 Apr 1907
in Fairbank, Buchanan, IA
Married :
Magdalen Thelen (1879-1954)
on 12 Aug 1919
in St. Paul, MN
(Divorced)
Siblings :
Ancestors of Frank Trebon Frank Trebon (b. 1873)
Ancestors of George Trebon George Trebon (1874-1959)
Ancestors of Irene Trebon Irene Trebon (1883-1909)
Ancestors of Arthur Trebon Descendants of Arthur Trebon Arthur Trebon (1887-1982)
Database ID : 1863
Last Update : 2011-11-05
Record Owner : rudy.r
Rel. to Owner : 2nd Cousin (2x rem)

Date : 21 Jan 1957
Location : Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Fairbank, IA

EDWARD TREBON.

 

Edward Trebon, 77, of 839 Courtlandt St., died of pneumonia and complications Friday at 3:50 a. m. at Schoitz Memorial Hospital.

A life resident of this community, he was born Nov. 24, 1879, at Fairbank, a son of Rufus and Augusta Ortman Trebon.

His first marriage was to Louise Hartman, and a few years following her death he was married a second time at St. Paul, Minn., his bride being Magdalen Thelen. She died Sept. 10, 1954. He was a member of St. John's Catholic Church.

Surviving Mr. Trebon are two brothers, Arthur, of Jesup, and George Trebon of Fairbank.

Funeral Services are pending at the O'Keefe & Towne Funeral Home.
 
Waterloo Daily Courier - Jan 18, 1957

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Rufus Trebon - line 31

Henry Trebon - line 36

Source - Year: 1880; Census Place: Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa; Roll: T9_329; Family History Film: 1254329; Page: 426.2000; Enumeration District: 83; Image: 0154.

Rufus Trebon - line 7

Michael Trebon - line 16

Henry A. Trebon - line 28

Source - Year: 1885; Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925; Census Place: Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa; Roll: IA1885_153; Image: 20

Rufus Trebon - line 5

Michael Trebon - line 11

Source - Year: 1900; Census Place: Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa; Roll: T623_420; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 41.

Herman Renz - line 37

Rufus Trebon - line 39

Michael Trebon Jr. - line 61

Source - Year: 1905; Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925; Census Place: Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa; Roll: IA_77; Image: 2



Source - Year: 1915; Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925; Census Place: Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa; Roll: IA1915_58; Image: 1191

Arthur Trebon - line 20

Edward Trebon - line 46

Source - Year: 1920; Census Place: Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa; Roll: T625_479; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 62; Image: 1118.

Arthur Trebon - line 121

George Trebon - line 127

Edward Trebon - line 128

Source - Year: 1925; Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925; Census Place: Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa; Roll: IA1925_1621; Image: 95

Arthur Trebon - line 121

George Trebon - line 127

Edward Trebon - line 128

Source - Year: 1925; Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925; Census Place: Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa; Roll: IA1925_1621; Image: 96

Edward Trebon - line 39

Arthur Trebon - line 41

George Trebon - line 48

Source - Year: 1930; Census Place: Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa; Roll: 644; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 8; Image: 577.0.

Divorce Petitions Filed

TREBON, Magdalen vs. Edward H.: Married at St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 12, 1919; separated Aug. 24, 1944; charge, cruel and inhuman treatment; plaintiff asks that defendant be restrained and enjoined from disturbing the peace at plaintiff or molesting her at 839 Courtlandt street, Waterloo; she asks $15 per week temporary alimony and $100 attorney fees, title to house and lot, household furniture; plaintiff asks attachment without bond against lands, tenements, chattels and rights and credits of defendant to secure her claim, and for such amount as the court may find just and equitable.

Source - Waterloo Daily Courier - Aug 27, 1944

Spouse Let Meat Burn and Visited Taverns, Wife Says

"While I worked, he burnt the meat I bought while he and his friends went to beer parlors." Mrs. Magdalen Trebon. 66, plaintiff in contested divorce proceedings against her husband, Edward H. Trebon, 65, of 839 Courtlandt street, testified in the opening of the case Friday morning in district court, before Judge W.T. Evans.

Married Aug. 12, 1919, at St. Paul, Minn., she said they lived on a farm near Fairbank before moving to Waterloo in 1938. The couple separated Nov. 24, 1941, but later, Mrs. Trebon testified she moved back in the Courtlandt street home, where she occupied the back quarters, and Mr. Trebon lived in the front part of the home.

Divorce action, charging her husband with cruelty, was filed on Aug. 29, 1944, and on Sept. 1, 1944, Trebon was found not guilty of contempt of court, following a citation filed by his wife.

Source - Waterloo Daily Courier - May 18, 1945

Joint Tenancy of Home Is Granted Divorced Couple

Edward H. Trebon, 65, and his wife, Magdalen, 66, Wednesday were divorced after being married for 25 years, but were given the right to occupy separate quarters in their home, 839 Courtlandt street, according to a decision rendered by District Judge W. T. Evans in district court late Tuesday.

The decree, granted Trebon on cross-petition, was rendered following an all-day trial May 18.

30-Day Notice.

The decision provides for joint tenancy of the home on which Trebon is to pay the taxes and keep the house in reasonable repairs. He is given the right to continual occupancy there, while Mrs. Trebon is given the right to live in her portion of the house as long as she desires.

A clause stipulates Mrs. Trebon is required to. give a 30-day notice to her ex-husband, should she leave her quarters and decide to move back. In addition she is awarded interest in a home on Van Buren street, now being sold under contract.

Cruelty Charged.

The Trebons were married Aug. 12, 1919, at St. Paul, Minn., and separated Nov. 24, 1941, although they continued to live in separate quarters.

Divorce action, charging her husband with cruelty, was filed by Mrs. Trebon on Aug. 29, 1944, and on Sept. 1, 1944, Trebon was found not guilty of contempt of court, following a citation filed by his wife.

Source - Waterloo Daily Courier - Jun 6, 1945

EDWARD TREBON.

Edward Trebon, 77, of 839 Courtlandt St., died of pneumonia and complications Friday at 3:50 a. m. at Schoitz Memorial Hospital.

A life resident of this community, he was born Nov. 24, 1879, at Fairbank, a son of Rufus and Augusta Ortman Trebon.

His first marriage was to Louise Hartman, and a few years following her death he was married a second time at St. Paul, Minn., his bride being Magdalen Thelen. She died Sept. 10, 1954. He was a member of St. John's Catholic Church.

Surviving Mr. Trebon are two brothers, Arthur, of Jesup, and George Trebon of Fairbank.

Funeral Services are pending at the O'Keefe & Towne Funeral Home.

Source - Waterloo Daily Courier - Jan 18, 1957

Nov 24
1879
Birth
Birth of Edward Trebon
Jun
1880
Age 0
Lived in Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa (Census)

1885
Age 5
Lived in Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa (Census)
Jun
1900
Age 20
Lived in Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa (Census)

1905
Age 25
Lived in Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa (Census)
Apr 10
1907
Age 27
Married to Louise Hartman
Jun 13
1908
Age 28
Death of spouse, Louise Hartman

1915
Age 35
Lived in Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa (Census)
Aug 12
1919
Age 39
Married to Magdalen Thelen (Divorced)
Jan
1920
Age 40
Lived in Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa (Census)
Nov 23
1924
Age 44
Death of father, Rufus Trebon

1925
Age 45
Lived in Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa (Census)
Apr
1930
Age 50
Lived in Fairbank, Buchanan, Iowa (Census)
Aug 28
1931
Age 51
Death of mother, Augusta Ortman
Sep 10
1954
Age 74
Death of ex-spouse, Magdalen Thelen
Jan 18
1957
Age 77
Death of Edward Trebon


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